Friday, March 1, 2024

An Inside Have a look at Food52’s New HQ


Pricey Food52ers,

After seven years crammed right into a rabbit warren of workplaces within the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, we moved our headquarters to the Brooklyn Navy Yard this spring. Working with our good mates Brad Sherman and Nina Etnier at Float Studio, who’ve designed all of our earlier workplaces, we got down to create an area that targeted on our core workforce and neighborhood wants: gathering, creating, and entertaining. It took us three years (and heroic undertaking administration by our workplace operations director Karen Levi!) to construct out a slew of check kitchens, studios, and work and huddle areas which are each deeply purposeful and welcoming—a spot that seems like house.

Now that we’ve settled in, I’m excited to indicate it to you! In our latest episode of Founder Information, I take you on a tour by our light-filled flooring at Dock72, which is well-stocked with all the pieces from classic Dansk tableware to whisks and sauté pans to cozy sofas. We’ve created a cheat sheet to the home equipment, furnishings, and fixtures that I chosen to outfit our new house. Learn on to be taught extra about every one. —Amanda Hesser, Food52 Founder

Bertazzoni ovens in our check kitchen.

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Bertazonni Home equipment

The family-run Italian model Bertazonni is the check kitchen’s oven, cooktop and dishwasher maker of alternative. Their Double Electrical Convection Wall Ovens, Microwave Pace Ovens, and Gasoline Burner Cooktops energy all of our recipe growth and testing. You’ll additionally discover their fridge in our workforce kitchen alongside the identical home equipment.

The Broderick® True Bar Kitchen Faucet.

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Delta® Taps

The Trinsic® Single-Deal with Pull-Down Faucet, Broderick® True Bar Kitchen Faucet, and Broderick® Two Deal with Pull-Down Bridge Kitchen Faucet from Delta® are put in all through the check kitchen, our video studio sinks, and our “City Corridor” space, the place we collect for lunch and host gatherings.

A Walker Zanger backsplash in our workforce kitchen.

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Walker Zanger Tile

This backsplash brings a pop of colour and texture to our workplace kitchen by the use of luxurious tile maker Walker Zanger. The collections we used all through the workplace embrace Metropolis Bricks tile, Velluto porcelain tile, and the Robert A.M. Stern tile.

We used Cosentino’s Sirius Dekton Strong Assortment for our Check Kitchen counter tops.

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Cosentino Counter tops

You’ll discover heat-, scratch-, and stain-resistant Sirius Dekton Strong Assortment counter tops in our check kitchen and Cincel Gray silestone counter tops in our social kitchen and City Corridor kitchens, each made by Cosentino.

Katy Skelton’s Perry Double sconce.

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Katy Skelton Lighting

Katy Skelton’s Perry Double Sconce, made in Savannah, GA, casts a heat glow within the entrance space of Food52.

The Carl Hansen & Søn Sideways couch.

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Carl Hansen & Søn Furnishings

All through the workplace you’ll discover nooks excellent for our photograph shoots, internet hosting visitors, and impromptu conferences. Among the many seating choices are the T-Chairs, Signature Chair and Sideways Couch by Carl Hansen & Søn.

The Audo Copenhagen Knitting Chair.

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Audo Copenhagen Furnishings and Lighting

In our first assembly house as you enter the workplace (which is crammed with a rainbow of recent and classic Dansk items), you’ll discover extra placing chairs and lighting from Audo Copenhagen like their cozy Knitting Chair, pictured, the JWDA Flooring Lamp, and Eave Couch.

The Hem Zig Zag Shelf.

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Hem Shelving and Furnishings

In our dad or mum/meditation room, Hem’s Zig Zag shelf is a trendy showcase for our vases and books. We even have their Bookmatch Bench and Koti Couch.

Armadillo’s Atlas rug.

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Armadillo Rugs

To outline and add heat to our seating areas, we added these Armadillo rugs all through: the Atlas Basic Assortment space rug, the Drift Basic Assortment space rug, and the Agra Heirloom Assortment space rug.

The Normann Copenhagen Flip Desk.

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Normann Copenhagen Tables and Seating

Our Normann Copenhagen tables, together with the Flip Desk and Develop Desk, are the proper pedestals for accent items. We even have their Ace Lounge Chair.

The TRNK Maura Modular couch.

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TRNK Furnishings

Simply off our library space, crammed with a whole bunch of cookbooks, is that this mod, chocolate velvet Maura Modular couch from TRNK. We even have their Arc couch.

The Blackhouse Manufacturing unit Twist stool.

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Blackhouse Seating and Aspect Desk

To drag up a seat to the island in our social kitchen, we use the commercial stylish Blackhouse Manufacturing unit Twist stool. You’ll discover their Evans Iron Pedestal facet desk close by.

Uhuru’s Workstation.

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Uhuru Desks

Uhuru’s smooth Workstations are the place a lot of the workforce works. The electrical panel within the center console might be cleverly coated when the laptops are gone. We even have their
Sit Stand Group Desk for standing conferences.

The Trestle Desk by Vermont Desk in our City Corridor eating and entertaining space.

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Vermont Desk

Within the City Corridor gathering space, we sit at Vermont Desk’s Trestle desk for lunch, and mingle across the tables throughout night events. We use their A-Body desk and Dovetail desk, too.

The Moors wallpaper by Calico in Amanda Hesser’s workplace.

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Calico Wallpaper

Inside Amanda’s workplace, the Moors wallpaper by Calico acts as a beautiful, painterly backdrop.

Fashionable Matter and Float Studio collaborated on two {hardware} traces present in our workplace. These pulls are from their Marcelle assortment.

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Fashionable Matter and Float Studio {Hardware}

For the proper, luxe addition to our cabinetry, we used the Marcelle and Otto collections of knobs, hooks, pulls, label holders and brackets from Fashionable Matter and Float Studio.

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